Beneficiaries

Alisa Fallow, RN BSN, left, and Wendy Holland RN BSN, are benefiting from the program which will enable them financially to become Family Nurse Practitioners. Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius visits Total Health Care, a community health center in West Baltimore, MD, to announce the opening of the next application cycle for the National Health Service Corps program. The National Health Service Corps, through scholarship and loan repayment programs helps place clinicians in communities that lack access to health care providers. $290 Million in new funding for the National Health Service Corps will help primary care clinicians repay student loans while serving communities.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Jed Kirschbaum / November 22, 2010 )

Alisa Fallow, RN BSN, left, and Wendy Holland RN BSN, are benefiting from the program which will enable them financially to become Family Nurse Practitioners. Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius visits Total Health Care, a community health center in West Baltimore, MD, to announce the opening of the next application cycle for the National Health Service Corps program. The National Health Service Corps, through scholarship and loan repayment programs helps place clinicians in communities that lack access to health care providers. $290 Million in new funding for the National Health Service Corps will help primary care clinicians repay student loans while serving communities.

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